Eat, Drink and Make An Impact for #NoKidHungry with Church’s Chicken And Fanta

I have partnered with Church’s Chicken, Fanta and NoKidHungry, but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.

The holidays are all about giving, but not just to our loved ones. This is the time of year that many people in need could use a little extra help. Whether you like to donate on your own or join in on a cause, there are many options. One of my favorite causes these holidays is #NoKidHungry.

When I learned that Church’s Chicken is collaborating with Fanta to help support the #NoKidHungry cause, I had to join and help spread the word. As a mom to two little kids, knowing that other little ones are struggling to get a meal hits close to home.

How are Church’s Chicken and Fanta helping? With the purchase of the Limited Edition #NoKidHungry Fanta cup sold at Church’s Chicken locations, a donation will be made to help end childhood hunger. You can get involved and be a part of this cause too!

Here’s what you need to do; head to your local participating Church’s Chicken, order your favorite meal and purchase a large drink in the Limited Edition #NoKidHungry Fanta cup. It’s that easy!

Now, if there isn’t a Church’s Chicken location near you, you can still make an impact and help support the #NoKidHungry campaign. You can make a direct donation to the non-profit organization at Your donations help schools, local communities, and low-income families get a healthy meal and do your part in helping to end child hunger.

It’s the little things in life and knowing that I can be part of a cause that will make a difference in the lives of many (especially children) makes me so excited. I love that two of my favorites companies are coming together to make an impact. I love Church’s Chicken, especially their biscuits. And Fanta is one of my favorite drinks for many reasons; it is caffeine free, bold and vibrant in flavor! Somehow Fanta is always part of the fun!


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